Hydro Group plc employs approximately 100 full time staff and has business representation in key geographical areas. Its customer base include all blue chip and major operators and contractors in both domestic and international subsea makets. read more
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Hydro Bond Engineering design and manufacture optical and electrical connectors, penetrators, assemblies and terminations. read more
Hydro Cable Systems design and manufacture optical, electrical and hybrid cables, tethers and umbilicals for subsea applications. read more
Hydro Group Asia Pte Ltd design, manufacture, repair and test a broad range of qualified subsea cables, connectors, penetrators and terminations. read more
Hydro Group has participated in a huge number of high profile oil and gas subsea projects. Our customer portfolio includes all major subsea contractors and operators in both domestic and international markets.View Applications
With many years industry experience, Hydro Group plc is seen as a major operator and supplier to the renewable energy markets, providing connectivity solutions for specialist tidal and wave energy applications.View Applications
Hydro Group is at the forefront in the development of defence technologies, with involvement from prototype through to design and manufacture of electrical, optical connectors, penetrators, assemblies and terminations.View Applications
Hydro Group plc designs and manufactures subsea Submarine Through Hull Glands and Equipment Glands to client specifications. Our proven engineering expertise means that we can design Submarine Through Hull Glands and Equipment Glands for any underwater application.
Hydro Group plc has been working closely with the M.O.D. to develop fiber optical copper configuration to include both existing Submarine Through Pressure Hull Glands (PHG) standards and Equipment Glands. Submarine Through Pressure Hull Gland's and Equipment Glands have been successfully deployed on S, T and V class submarines.
Submarine Through Pressure Hull Glands and Equipmet Glands carry an extremely high capacity of data and therefore can help to reduce the previous level of equipment fitted to submarines, and in the case of communication and control systems reductions could be as great as 50%. Other benefits include fewer penetrations to the submarine hull which will increase the integrity of the hull as degradation can occur at the point of penetration, as well as water leakage at weakened interfaces. In addition, inspection and maintenance can be dramatically reduced over the life cycle of the submarine which is likely to exceed thirty years.
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